Dalai Lama is neither peaceful nor compassionate in his actions, words
Tenzin Gyatso, doing business as the Dalai Lama, is coming to Syracuse University as part of an event for peace. The university gave the Dalai Lama his own SU Internet page, and promotes him by calling him, “His Holiness.” The question is this: What makes the Dalai Lama so holy? How does the Dalai Lama qualify for a title of “His Holiness” when he talks about peace and compassion, but does the opposite of being peaceful and compassionate?
Here are some important details about the Dalai Lama: The Dalai Lama has spent his life as a Nazi sympathizer who embraces, promotes and champions neo-Nazis, convicted Nazi war criminals, violent terrorists and brutal dictators such as:
Shoko Asahara: He is the “religious leader” who poured poisonous Sarin gas into the Tokyo Subway killing many and wounding thousands. The Dalai Lama praised him and, according to respected journalist Chris Hitchens, Asahara paid millions of dollars to the Dalai Lama as explained in an April 2008 NPR article.
Dr. Bruno Beger: He was an officer in Hitler’s Nazi SS and was convicted of perpetrating mass murder at Auschwitz, a Nazi Death Camp in Poland. Beger was a lifelong friend of the Dalai Lama, and the Dalai Lama promoted a book written by Beger. Beger claims that the previous Dalai Lama’s government invited Hitler’s Nazi SS to visit Tibet.
Heinrich Harrer: He was also an officer in Hitler’s Nazi SS and in Hitler’s Nazi Storm Troopers according to a Jan. 10, 2006 New York Times article.
Harrer and Beger were both officers in Hitler’s Nazi SS organization. It was Hitler’s Nazi SS that ran the Nazi death camps and Nazi concentration camps. Hitler’s Nazi SS was responsible for the deaths of many millions of men, women and children. This same Heinrich Harrer, lifelong friend of the Dalai Lama, did a photo op with Adolf Hitler himself.
Did you also know that the Dalai Lama admitted to the New York Times on October 2, 1998, that he headed his own armed guerrilla army to fight the Chinese? So what does a holy man need a guerrilla army for?
So the major question is this: With the sordid past and present of the Dalai Lama, why address him as, “His Holiness”?
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Published on September 4, 2012 at 1:00 am